One of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches of Sirmione, according to the well-known British newspaper The Guardian in Italy, is Jamaica’s beach.
This beach is the very last part of the peninsula and is all made by large stones. It lies beneath the old Roman ruins. To get there you must walk along the cliff and into the water. And as you get to the tip of the peninsula you’re going to have the archaeological site “Grotte di Catullo” on your back and an expanse of clear blue water in front of you.
If this isn’t paradise, what is it then?